ImageNet’s focus on content management, managed print and digital signage complements Sequel’s enterprise data center solutions.
Sequel Data Systems has joined forces with ImageNet Consulting to deliver a complementary suite of services to their mutual customers. While Sequel has more than 30 years of experience in core data center technologies, ImageNet has focused on document and content management, managed print services, and digital signage. Together, the two firms can design and implement solutions that address key pain points in the enterprise IT environment.
“At Sequel, we have always emphasized solutions that reduce costs, increase efficiency and drive business value,” said Jonathan Clifton, VP of Sales and Operations, Sequel Data Systems. “Our engineers architect and deliver compute, storage and networking solutions that create a more agile and responsive IT infrastructure. The ImageNet team helps customers optimize their data stores and printing infrastructure and take advantage of digital signage solutions.”
“Our partnership with Sequel makes good business sense, both for us and our customers,” said Ryan Starks, VP and General Manager for ImageNet in Austin. “We can focus on our areas of expertise while trusting Sequel to engineer a solid data center infrastructure to support our solutions.”
ImageNet’s document and content management solutions help organizations get a handle on unstructured data growth and better manage information across its lifecycle. Its digital signage solutions enable customers to display content and improve communications. ImageNet can also take over the management of a customer’s printers and imaging devices, performing monitoring and maintenance and using analytics tools to track usage patterns, improve workflows and reduce costs.
“We’re really excited to have a partner such as ImageNet that shares our commitment to technical excellence and customer satisfaction,” said Clifton. “This relationship affords us an opportunity to deliver complementary solutions that boost the bottom line.”